Eble Park Ice Arena 19400 W Bluemound Rd, Brookfield, WI53045 Eble Park Ice Arena is a public ice rink. Operated by the Waukesha County Park District, this arena is open every day…More for public skating. Hockey games for youths, adults and local schools are also held here. The ice rink can be rented out for birthdays and other events as well.
Ponds of Brookfield 2810 N Calhoun Rd, Brookfield, WI53005 The Ponds of Brookfield Ice Arena offers the best of facilities for hockey players. The rink is NHL sized and has a…More seating capacity of 1,000. They offer concessions and a pro-shop. They are the home of Brookfield High School Hockey and the Elmbrook Hockey association. They also host youth leagues, adult leagues, hockey and figure skating programs and open-skate times.
Rolling Meadows Park N Brookfield Rd & Tamarack Dr, Brookfield, WI53045 One of the city's 15 neighborhood parks, Rolling Meadows Park serves the city's central section. Its 41 acres include…More wetlands, an open play field, picnic tables and a pond that becomes an ice skating rink in winter. Rolling Meadows is connected to the city's Greenway Trail System.
Lilly Heights Park is a combination of a neighborhood and regional park, with a baseball diamond and soccer field,…More pond perfect for ice skating, picnic tables and a trailhead to the city's Greenway Trail System.
Of the 34 acres, 29 were dedicated to the city in 1980 when the Lilly Heights subdivision was approved. The land is in the city's northeast and features wetlands along the Butler Ditch. There is a parking lot for visitor access.
Camelot Park Talbots Ln & Almesbury Ave, Brookfield, WI53045
One of the city's 15 neighborhood parks, Camelot Park has woodland and wetlands in areas surrounding the Camelot…More Meadows, Bartlett Manor and Chadwick Greens subdivisions.
The park's amenities include a playground, baseball and soccer fields, basketball and tennis courts and an ice skating rink in winter. There is a bike path and nature trail, with a parking lot off of Camden Lane.
One of the city's four community parks used by residents citywide, Wirth Park is named after the city's first mayor,…More Franklin Wirth. About 96 of its 145 acres are designated for park purposes, with the remaining area featuring wetlands, woodlands and water resources.
Located in the city's center, Wirth Park has major amenities including the Wirth Aquatic Center, the Brookfield Jaycees Skate Park and an outdoor ice skating and hockey rink. It counts more than 10,000 annual visitors.
Wirth Park also has three playgrounds, five ball diamonds, two baseball fields, three soccer fields, eight tennis courts (four are lighted), two sand volleyball courts, two sledding areas, nine picnic areas, two park shelters with restrooms, bike paths and trails connected to the city's Greenway Trail System.
One of the city's 15 neighborhood parks, Beverly Hills Park includes wetlands and a developed park area.
Among…More its amenities are baseball and soccer fields and basketball and tennis courts. There is a play set and picnic area, as well as bike paths and trails connected to the city's Greenway Trail System. In winter a pond becomes an ice skating rink.
The land was deeded to the city in 1954 when the Beverly Hills subdivision was approved.